KJ Hannah Greenberg

KJ Hannah Greenberg

Dr. KJ Hannah Greenberg has been playing with words for an awfully long time. Initially a rhetoric professor and a National Endowment for the Humanities scholar, she shed her academic laurels to romp around with a prickle of imaginary hedgehogs. To wit, she’s been nominated four times for the Pushcart Prize in Literature, has had more than two dozen books published, and has served as an editor for several literary journals. She also eats dandelion greens and teaches online writing courses. Hannah can be contacted through this newspaper.
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Not looking back

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The Impact of Poetry

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Unworthy invitations

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Acceptance Letters

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Intertextuality

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